Aviation Fuel Additives
The same science that protects aircraft at 30,000 feet also protects your diesel engine. By 1955, air travel in the United States surpassed rail travel and by 1957 aircraft provided the main form of transportation across the ocean. The aviation industry was experiencing rapid expansion… Read More »Protection at 30,000 Feet
Rising Prices Continue! Global supply chains continue to be stressed. The petrochemicals market was hit particularly hard. Already tight from the pandemic and labor shortages, last year’s winter storm exacerbated supply problems. Product delays, short supply and increased costs are all expected to continue this… Read More »Winter is Coming
In order for fuel and fuel systems to be effectively preserved, a biocide is essential. Choosing the right biocide can be a challenge. What are the qualities of an ideal fuel biocide?
AIRCRAFT APPLICATION OF FUEL BIOCIDE Microbes are everywhere. They are in the air, ground, fuel and fuel systems. As such, the risk of biodeterioration is always present with the potential for increase, absent a fuel biocide. Rob Midgley, Global Technical and Quality Manger for Shell… Read More »The Evaluation and Risks Associated with not using a Fuel Biocide
Questions continue to be raised concerning the long-term storage limitations of jet fuel in parted aircraft. The industry demands safe and reliable fuel. How long is too long and what are the main issues to consider with long-term storage in aircraft? Fuel compositions vary depending… Read More »Considerations for Long-term Storage of Jet Fuel in Aircraft